Rubbed

2015 Michigan Ave DetroitMI48216
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NOW OPEN – Sandwich & Charcuterie Shop in Corktown Detroit!
by facebook on November 09, 2014 from facebook

Editorial Reviews

Rubbed: A First Look at Corktown's Newest Deli:
The long-awaited deli and charcuterie shop Rubbed doesn't have an official opening date yet, but should be opening sometime in June, if all goes well (they seem to be waiting on some permits, it's always the permits). However, don't think that owners owners Abbey Markell and Jason Frenkel have been taking it easy, the truth is anything but. Between finish the space, hosting events, and making a...
by eater on May 02, 2014 from eater
Treat Dreams Looking For Wacky Wonka Flavors; Rubbed Moves Closer To Opening:
CORKTOWN— Rubbed is pleased with the results of their Indiegogo campaign, and they also announced that they are closer than ever to opening, moving "full steam ahead on getting permits and putting the finishing touches on the shop." [Facebook]

FERNDALE— The Oakland is feeling pretty good right now because they made the list of "Michigan's most romantic places" according to the Detroit Free...
by eater on February 13, 2014 from eater
Name The Most Anticipated Opening Of 2014:
2014 is shaping up to be quite a year for restaurant openings in Detroit. Openings are coming from big-name chefs like Andy Hollyday, big-name mixologists like Dave Kwiatkowski, and big names in the restaurant, brewing, pop-up, and catering industries are renovating prime real estate and opening new places with big ideas. So who are you most excited for? Take the poll and find out if the rest...
by eater on January 28, 2014 from eater
Meridian Winter Blast Arriving At Campus Martius; Takeover Tuesday At St. Cece's; Tequila Tuesday At Great Lakes:
CAMPUS MARTIUS— Meridian Winter Blast is coming, from February 7th through the 9th, and it promises to be better than ever. Now in it's 10th year it will feature skating, food, a hockey shoot out, musical performances, and more. It's an inexpensive event as well, "Admission is $2, a donation of three canned goods or nonperishable items, or a children's book". And yes, there will be warming...
by eater on January 28, 2014 from eater